Following the explosive season five reunion of “Real Housewives of Potomac,” Gizelle Bryant and her ex-husband Pastor Jamal Bryant’s second try at their relationship ended.
But during a recent episode, Gizelle said that it wasn’t the reunion that ended their relationship — it was Covid-19.
“At this point, I think Jamal is actually living in the phone, because I am not seeing this brother,” Gizelle said in an interview during Sunday night’s episode. “And with him not being up close and personal, communication starts to fall apart, intimacy is obviously not there, and that’s like the root of any relationship that’s going to be successful. So I just need to take a step back.”
She also appeared on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” she says the reunion came together.
“That actually brought us closer, meaning we talked about it. He felt so bad about it. It was really kind of a great moment for us, I hate to say that, but it’s allowed us to talk about the things we hadn’t talked about,” Gizelle said. “But be clear, that whole reunion, all that she was talking about was old news. Jamal and I had already talked about that.”
Gizelle also responded to Robyn Dixon throwing a little shade at her new home in the show.
“The West Wing interior is great. The exterior is horrible, though,” Robyn said in her interview. “It literally looks like a house attached to a house. It doesn’t make sense.”
On WWHL, she responded to Robyn’s remarks. “Were you surprised [that] Robyn shaded your house a little bit?” Andy asked. “She did, but it’s not done,” Gizelle responded. “I have a whole two-story entryway [coming], so …”
Robyn and Gizelle are besties, so the little shade will not get in the way of their friendship.